Chamberlain earned her second consecutive first team selection while emerging as one of the top power-hitting threats in the nation, hitting .358 with school records of 12 home runs and 55 runs batted in. She finished the season ranked third among NCAA Division III hitters with those 12 home runs, 13th with 1.38 RBIs per game and 19th with 0.30 home runs per game. In the circle, Chamberlain finished with 10 wins and a 4.40 earned run average, striking out 87 and allowing a .268 opponent’s batting average in 27 appearances.
Chamberlain led the NWC in RBIs, finished third in home runs and fifth with a .691 slugging percentage. In the circle, she ranked third with 25 strikeouts looking, fourth in strikeouts and seventh in opponent’s batting average. Chamberlain hit two grand slams on the season, against Oregon Tech on Feb. 21 and against Puget Sound on Apr. 10. She finished a triple short of the cycle in the Apr. 10 second game while batting in nine runs in the opener.
“Chelsey had another banner year,” said Pacific Head Coach Tim Hill. “She made a marked improvement as a pitcher and had another superior year with the bat. Chelsey is someone who can always be counted upon to bring a positive, consistent and determined approach to every game and practice.”
Thank you Sparky. I wouldn’t be doing these great things without your help. Thank you so much! Can’t wait to see you in the fall for a tune up!